Prolapsed uterus

Prolapsed uterus

A uterus that has slipped out of place, sometimes protruding down through the vagina.
Mentioned in: Hysterectomy
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She was found abandoned on the streets two years ago with a prolapsed uterus and infected wounds.
The vaginal examination revealed a large polypoid mass that was thought to be a prolapsed uterus [Figure 1].
A 27-year-old Chinese woman, gravida 3, para 2, body mass index (BMI) 17.20 kg/[m.sup.2], visited our clinic with eight-week pregnancy in a prolapsed uterus on 4th of September 2013.
Contract notice: supply of ureteral ureteral guards, urology guides, urinary stress incontinence strips, strips for the treatment of prolapsed uterus.
Muscat: For the first time in Oman, the Royal Hospital recently operated on a woman's prolapsed uterus through endoscopy.
Muscat: Royal Hospital doctors have used a medical technique for the first time in Oman in the treatment of a patient suffering from a prolapsed uterus. Medics used an endoscope to install a medical device to stabilise the patient's uterus.
Conservation of the prolapsed uterus is a valid option: medium term results of a prospective comparative study with the posterior intravaginal slingoplasty operation.
For those who can't have surgery, a pessary can be used to keep a prolapsed uterus in place.
On examination, the unilaterally prolapsed uterus was detected as grossly enlarged, edematous, and was containing ulcerated areas at the tip of the prolapsed tissue (Figure 1).
(2014) reported significant lower level of calcium and phosphorus in buffaloes with prolapsed uterus hence calcium and phosphorus administration is important so as to provide uterine muscle contraction and tonicity.
Few cases of cervical cancer have been reported in prolapsed uterus in the last few years, and most of them have been observed in underdeveloped countries.